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Will new technologies significantly reduce the number of people needed to build projects within the next 10 years? Vote here
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Construction needs a million extra hands, but no amount of workers from Poland or from apprenticeship programmes are going to fill the gap. Now, technology-driven reform that makes construction less labour-intensive is being proposed – but is it the game changer the industry needs?
Construction Leadership Council will oversee report by consultant Mark Farmer on how to reform industry
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